The Halo license began in 2001 with Halo: Combat Evolved, and quickly gained international success with more than 5 million copies sold worldwide less than 4 years after its launch. Released at the same time as the Microsoft Xbox console, this first installment of the Halo franchise has welcomed many players in the world of video games, which for the most part are still playing two decades and three generations of consoles later.
This is probably why the developers choose to integrate easter eggs that take players back to the past, like arcade machines or soft toys bearing the image of emblematic characters from the license. This time, they even go so far as to greet the first generation of players with a nostalgic easter egg …
Whether you started playing Halo in 2001 or 2023, easter egg hunting is a hobby that cannot be refused, especially in an open world like Halo Infinite. While some of these are a bit weird, others are more grounded in reality and should rekindle fond memories for older players.
If you wander around the southern part of the map and decide to snoop around a bit, you might stumble upon a little bit of nostalgia. Hidden in a room bathed in a familiar green glow, an Xbox awaits the most curious of you. Here’s how to achieve it:
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Summary of the Halo Infinite Walkthrough